PSY Is Making $60,000 A Show In Vegas

PSY Is Making $60,000 A Show In Vegas
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One hit wonders come and go. The question is, how much money can they make while still in style?

Though most won’t ever break the five-figure mark, Psy, the Korean rapper, is paid $60,000 per show to perform his “Gangnam Style” song and trademark dance in Las Vegas.

That’s not a misprint- $60,000 PER SHOW. I know- crazy, but it’s true. He’s not the only performer bringing in the big bucks; LMFAOs Redfoo is paid $75,000 per “Party Rock” performance while Paul “DJ Pauly D” DelVecchio, an original cast member of the Jersey Shore, makes a whopping $100,000 per gig! I guess being a one hit wonder can pay off…

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A young writer, philosopher, and entrepreneur, Paul Hudson has been writing for Elite Daily nearly since the start. Currently located in Manhattan, Paul Hudson primarily devotes his time between writing for Elite Daily and the two entrepreneurial endeavors he is currently pursuing: a mining company in Turkey and a video content platform called lilHub. He loves sharing his life experiences with his readers and makes sure to practice what he preaches.

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